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Managing Birth Family Contacts in Post-Adoption Relationships

An expectant mother is not always alone in creating an adoption plan. Adoption plans can also involve a birth father or extended birth family. And after the child is placed, all of those people may want to be a part of the child’s life to some degree.

If these individuals are estranged or not on good terms, you might wonder how you, as an agency representative, will help them form a relationship with the child after placement. Managing private emails, reviewing communication to make sure it’s okay—while tending to these sensitive family relationships may be your calling, you may wonder if there is an easier way.

And there is! You have access to a tool that makes it easy for you to manage post-adoption contact. Enter Childconnect—the tool that can relieve clerical tasks and help you help birth families safely communicate with the child they love so much.

With Childconnect, multiple contacts can be added and managed through your adoption agency. Birth parents and extended family members can all have separate, closed contact with the adoptive family. Birth families in difficult situations will never have to communicate with each other.

Childconnect is a secure communication platform that is proven to improve post-adoption relationships. Birth parents, birth grandparents, and extended family can all stay in touch with the child and the adoptive family for years to come.

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